Finally, some people are beginning to discover, The Rosetta Stone of Guitar.
I've been taking lesson from Fred Pool the author of 'The Rosetta Stone of Guitar' for close to 3 years.. Learning his method of chords (RSoG, Family of chords) in relation to soloing (RSoG, Triple block, Head set, Bridge set) is unbelieveable. But it also takes you into music theory big time, the modes etc. Very nice.
I would call it fantastic foundation material, but you can go as deep as you would like. Lets face it it takes some work it doesn't just happen, as is the cases with all music, but the results are fantastic.
This is the best system for guitar theory, solo playing, chords and a whole lot more. It is easy to learn and to remember. Especially the concept of chords and how they relate to lead guitar and music theory. You learn the Family chords you learn Solo patterns with ease and clarity. Mama, ybro, obro, ysis, osis, Papa, aboy, this is the family of chords, that pattern never changes its awesome. Then how it relates to soloing (3 Triple blocks, 2 head sets, 2 bridge sets) unbelievable. The pattern never changes no matter where you start in the pattern it stays the same. Wow! so cool.
You can solo over chords with in days, it is so easy it's hard to believe. When I began to catch on to The Rosetta Stone of Guitar way of handling chords and soloing I was amazed. I still go, Wow! because I keep learning new things.
The best thing to do is to buy the book or CD. I think it will be on CD or DVD soon if not already.I first heard about it from a friend who loaned me the book. Then I bought my own and the journey began. Get the Book or CD then you can see the big picture. (You will love it)
The Rosetta Stone of Guitar, will take you place you may not have know about and as far as you want to go.
In fact I'm sitting here as I'm writing this little encourager. I have my Digitech JamMan. I've played some chord on it and I'm sitting here just playing different solos over my chords. Using just what I've learned from The Rosetta Stone of Guitar.
Fred take things that other guitar teachers seemed to hide from you and puts them out into the open.I'm sad in one way if people get a hold of this Fred will become famous and I won't be able to afford his personal lessons. I've started 4 friends on the basics of RSoG and they are doing things on the guitar they never dreamed they could do and know. Hey, this Saturday 29th I'm going to a personal, Rosetta Stone of Guitar, lesson today can't wait.
I highly recommend it.
Oh, by the way I don't know if I should say this but I'm 60 years old.